- Report: #679373
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Complaint Review: Quatloos, Quatloosia, Jay Adkisson & Chris Riser
Quatloos, Quatloosia, Jay Adkisson & Chris RiserNewport Beach, California United States of America
Quatloos, Quatloosia, Jay Adkisson & Chris Riser Financial Tax and Fraud Optimisation Inc. Quatloos Founders Jay Adkisson & Chris Riser Disses Sir Peter Middleton of Barclays Bank and UK Prime Minister, David Cameron Newport Beach, California
*Consumer Comment: More Lies from "Dr." Edward Lestrade
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Jay Adkisson and his partner Chris Riser both low-level US Attorneys reknown for their wackiness are reputedly accusing UK Prime Minister, David Cameron as being involved in hedge fund private scams with Barclays Bank. It is reported that the two are saying that the current government got into power and cheated fold by secret funding deals with Sir Peter Middleton, the current chairman of the leading international bank. They are planning to raise the case at the next hearing of the US Senate committee where they are expert witnesses. In the meantime, they are going for huge up-front fees for anyone who wants a class action suit against the bank and Mr. Cameron.
Another saga in the mad lives of these wacky two!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/06/2011 03:59 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Quatloos-Quatloosia-Jay-Adkisson-Chris-Riser/Newport-Beach-California-/Quatloos-Quatloosia-Jay-Adkisson-Chris-Riser-Financial-Tax-and-Fraud-Optimisation-Inc-679373. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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